abstractly[ adjective ab-strakt, ab-strakt; noun ab-strakt; verb ab-strakt for 10–13, ab-strakt for 14 ]SEE DEFINITION OF abstractly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABSTRACTLY
Abstractly it is no more important than the other odd thousand we work with.
We must distinguish between the abstractly typical and the universal.
"Abstractly, I of course agree with you," he said haltingly.
Put thus broadly and abstractly, the answer must be negative.
Our hero did not believe in brandy, abstractly or concretely.
Its because you are thinking of her abstractly; remembering only how she has hurt you.
The study of rent puts this abstractly, but in a clear light.
Abstractly, it is said that virtue is its own reward—and it is.
Meditation, abstractly considered, is neither a virtue nor a vice.
Many of them already declare these ideas to be abstractly just.